CPF Community Partner of the Month Award Recipients
2023 Community Partner Award Recipients
The Cleveland Police Foundation has implemented the Community Partner of the Month Award, given to individuals from the community who strive to support the mission goals of The Cleveland Division of Police and the CPF. These good folks support law enforcement and continue on a daily basis to help improve their individual neighborhoods. Award recipients receive a plaque and appropriate recognition. Thank you to these achievers!
January Community Partner of the Month
Sameka Cammon has been a civilian advisor for the Cleveland Police Law Enforcement program for over 15 years and has had two children in the program.
One of her daughters, Tiara Cammon, is currently in the program and is excelling very well according to Patrol Officer Adrian Calhoun of the Community Relations Unit. He also helps run the program, and nominated Sameka for this Community Partner of the Month award.
Officer Calhoun further stated, “Sameka Cammons volunteers long hours to the program while being a mentor to the explorers. She has assisted with events in various capacities, including picking up and dropping off explorers to the meetings, providing lunch for the kids, and helping the Bureau of Community Relations further the mission of community engagement. Sameka has always shown efforts to help the program in any way, and because of her selfless acts I believe she is worthy of this recognition.”
It is because of her dedication and devotion to the Cleveland Police Explorers program, and the kids that are enrolled, that the Cleveland Police Foundation is honored to name Sameka Cammon our Community Partner of the Month for January 2023.
– Bob Guttu, CPF